Where to Get Some of the Best Bagels in L.A. Right Now

Once derided, the city’s bagel scene has risen to greatness with exciting new shops and delicious hole-y offerings
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • January 15, 2020
On the weekends they line up early on Highland Park’s York Boulevard. By the time the window opens at 8 a.m., there’s a half-hour wait—but it’s worth it. For the past few years, Belle’s Bagels has served up some of the city’s best lox sandwiches...
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